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sandy las calles se ven semi desiertas poco se atreven a desafiar las bajas temperaturas y quienes lo hacen es por mera necesidad. >> trabajar porque todo el mes pasado no trabajamos. >> recomiendan no salir a la calle de no ser necesario sobre todo en los prÓximos dÍas ya que las temperaturas descienden aÚn mÁs. para hablar de ellos siempre contamos con eduardo rodrÍguez, hablÁbamos fuera de cÁmara con un dato que me dejÓ impresionado que en este momento hay sectores de los estados unidos que tienen temperaturas mÁs bajas que el polo norte efectivamente, en algunos sectores extremo norte estamos hablando de minnesota, Áreas del grandes lagos 10 grados por debajo. >> que podemos esperar ahora. >> lo principal que tenemos es esta tensa ola de aire frÍo que estÁ ubicado en el norte este del paÍs y la noticia que seguirÁ son algunas de las temperaturas mÍnimas en horario de la maÑana, menos 38-39. en maine, temperaturas de menos 30 pero con el factor viento la sensaciÓn tÉrmica, en todos los lugares menos 40-47 es decir, el efecto que provoca el viento. dirigen las torm
kris and bruce jenner. someone made a prank call, so all the authorities show up at the mansion in l.a. on friday. there was not a hostage crisis or shots fired. kim tweets, these prank calls are not funny. i hope they find out who is behind this. it's dangerous and not a joke. so kim is very upset. but bruce got over it pretty quickly. the kardashians are -- >> they love the publicity. >> they're always tv ready. so put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually she gets about 6 million viewers. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got 3.5 million. so s
. caller: hi. thank you for taking my call. i want to say that you're from an organization called la raza, which means "the race." i think you're more representing the hispanic population than any other group out there. in connecticut, i see more hispanic people working retail jobs. i have been out of work since january. they are taking jobs that i cannot do. for instance, landscaping. i live in a townhouse. i treat them nice. it is not fair to let other people have jobs than other people that have been here longer. host: response to that and tell us about la raza. guest: the hispanic community in the united states -- people have come to see hispanics as being immigrants and being undocumented. over 70% of latinos are united states citizens -- 75%. this kind of misconception or somebody sees somebody of hispanic origin in a job and people make the assumption that michael was making in his statement. we have people that just got here and are taking our jobs. 75% have been here since before the birth of the country and have all kinds of immigration experience. i hope that when we talk about
filling in for steph with chris and jim and jacki at the l.a. bureau. we have a call from georgia featuring the lovefest of barack obama and hillary clinton. hi there patricia. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, good morning. i was just calling to express how i felt the interview was a great expression of how two adversaries can come together for the common good and rise above their disagreements for the betterment of america. >> john: i agree. it was most inspiring. >> it really was. how everyone keeps saying it is an endorsement for her presidency. i don't think it was. i think it was an example for our kids. i know my 14-year-old daughter took that away that how they bitterly fought and how in the end, what they disagreed on, came together to work toward the betterment of our country and it is such a wonderful example of what real democracy should be. differing ideas coming together for the greater good. >> john: i couldn't agree more. you stated it beautifully. thank you for the call. it is interesting. i thought one of the best moments of it was hillary and
will appear on the panel several weeks after they will launch an official lobbying effort called americans for responsible solutions. their group again reminded congress last night on their facebook page that after a string of mass shootings, that congress has failed to act on guns. also taking on lapierre today will be california senator dianne feinstein who has called the nra venal and repeated her criticism yesterday. >> they have fought virtually every kind of regulation. the time has come to change course. >> but her new assault weapons ban faces long odds in the senate and though she said she believes the democratic votes are there for it, even the committee's chairman patrick leahy who voted for the 1994 version of the ban has declined to endorse it this time around. >> the assault weapon ban, did it work? we ought to ask that question. you know, i'm not looking for something that's symbolic. i'm looking for something that makes people safer. >> and then there's senate majority leader harry reid who clearly decided not to endorse it again yesterday. >> she believes in it fervently.
>>> president obama says now is the time to reform an immigration system he calls out of date and badly broken. speaking at a hispanic high school in las vegas, he pushed a senate plan for a path to citizen for millions of illegal immigrants. the president said he is hopeful, acknowledging there will be fierce debate. >> for the first time in many years, republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. but this moment, it looks like there's a genuine desire to get this done soon. and that's very encouraging. >> the senate proposal would grant temporary legal status to applicants who pass a background check, pay fines and back taxes and learn english. after that, they could apply for citizenship. the bill could come up for a vote as early as this summer. >>> a soldier who lost all four limbs in a roadside bombing in iraq now has two new arms. the 13-hour surgery at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore which attached arms from a deceased donor was extremely complicated. doctors connected bones, blood vessels, muscles, tendons, nerves
, or call 855-878-4biz. >>> developing now, president obama about to arrive in las vegas where he's expected to embrace the senate's bipartisan principles on immigration reform. the president will head to high school right outside the city described as a large latino population at the school. the president is scheduled to speak in about half an hour. we'll bring you the remarks. meantime, nbc news first read team notes that this is an important test for senator rubio. he spent several days selling comprehensive immigration to conservatives and it may be a tough one. here's more of what senator rubio had to say within the past hour with rush limbaugh. >> so i know this is a tough issue. i do. i know why people are uncomfortable about it. it doesn't feel right in some instances to allow people undocumented and to stay here and this is a tough issue to work through. i know the president takes us in a direction i would not be comfortable with and i'm trying to do the best i can with what's already a tough situation. >> joining me now, nbc news senior political editor mark murray. mark, you and y
of the restaurants, the bachelor farmer, with its own rooftop garden which we see in new york and l.a. another restaurant called union which has an alum from copenhagen. lots of hotels to stay at. minneapolis is having a moment. >> maybe just don't go at the height of winter. but it's a great time. >> people are so nice there. >> wholesome, very nice folks. hello to my in-laws. >> are you on board with nordic cuisine? >> she's on board. >> puerto rico. i love you don't need a passport. what elts makes it great? >> great new hotel, important hotel openings we want to take note of. it dates back to the 1900s. it's just being reopened shortly. and a hotel that someone here is going to, actually, very soon. >> good. >> do i want to out him? >> no. >> this is an inkrcredibly lux hotel. they paired up, doing renditions of favorites like suckling pig. amazingly beautiful. great access to nature. >> succulent pig. >> i got married in puerto rico, by the way. >> you did? >> yes. >> couple of seconds here left. can dachlt one resort town in particular you like. >> outside of quebec city. this was a plac
him is -- legging out his immigration priorities. -- in las vegas. we're opening up the phone calls to get your thoughts on immigration. here are the numbers to use if you are a democrat 202-585-385. republicans 202-585-386. also, if you are on twitter, #immigration. as we have been doing throughout the day, opening up facebook. the question there, same one we are asking this afternoon, what are your priorities on immigration policy? albert in maine. caller: ok, in french that is pronounced cartier. i agree wholeheartedly with the president on his policies, but someone should alert the president that the greatest immigration group in the united states was the st. lawrence seaway to chicago to des moines, all through the mississippi valley down to new orleans. remember, the louisiana purchase was from france. he did not include them in the immigrants from other worlds. someone should tell the president that this is a tremendous oversight. host: you are in a border state. is there still could turn and main about immigration? caller: not much concern now, but he cited the american popu
-span. president obama called on congress to pass a comprehensive immigration bill. speaking in las vegas, he complement the efforts of a bipartisan group of senators announced an immigration reform plan yesterday. >> thank you. >> thank you. [applause] >> thank you so much. thank you. well, it is good to be back in las vegas. [applause] and it is good to be among so many good friends. let me start off by thinking -- hanking everybody at del sol high school for hosting us. [applause] go dragons. let me especially thing your outstanding principal. [applause] there are all kinds of notable guests here but i just want to mention a few. first of all, our outstanding secretary of the department of homeland security, and janet napolitano. [applause] our wonderful secretary of the interior ken salazar. [applause] former secretary of labor, hilda solis. [applause] two of the outstanding members of the congressional delegation from nevada, steve and gina. [applause] your own mayor, carolyn goodman. [applause] we also have some mayors who flew in because they know how important issue we are to talk abo
of the line. this is what the president told the crowd of a high school in las vegas today. >> the reason i came here today is because of a challenge where the differences are dwindling, where a broad consensus is emerging, and where a call for action can now be heard coming from all across america. i'm here today because the time has come for common sense, comprehensive immigration reform. the time is now. >> arizona governor jan brewer's been one of the president's most harsh critics on immigration. she's here to tell me what she thinks of this development today. welcome to you. how are you? >> i'm just fine, piers, thanks for having me on. >> always a pleasure. now, we've seen you on tarmacs jabbing your finger at the president in the past over this very contentious issue. what is your verdict on what he announced today? >> well, you know, i'm just absolutely thrilled that we've got the president talking about solutions and also i'm very grateful that we've got a bipartisan effort in the senate to try to address the issue that america, the united states has been facing. bottom line is i'
by that with the farming and forging moment and their restaurants like one of them called the bachelor farmer which has its own rooftop garden we see in new york and in l.a. but not something that's happening in minneapolis yet. another restaurant called union which actually has an alum from noma from copenhagen which is there. w chambers, radisson blue. >> don't go at the height of winter but it's a great town. >> people are nice there. >> hello to my in-laws. >> nordic cuisine? >> i eat anything. >> discriminating. >> she's on board. >> let's go south. paul rya puerto rico. i love you don't need a passport. >> we love puerto recore all the time. two important hotel openings. one is the vanderbilt hotel, the hotel dates back to the 1900s just being reopened shortly and a hotel someone here is going to soon. >> good. >> do i want to out him, no. >> no. >> the ritz-carlton dorado beach. this is an incredibly lux hotel, paired up with jose andreas, doing renditions of favorites like le tron suckling pig but don the jose andreas way. >> who doesn't love suckling pig. >> i got married in puerto rico by the way
brown filling in for jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. president obama on his way to las vegas where he will try to rally support for the plan while setting out proposals of his own. the bipartisan plan unveiled yesterday calls for a path to citizenship and immigration overhaul, employment verification and worker programs. let's talk about it with bob cusack, the managing editor of "the hill." a lot of people might be confused by the fact that senators came out with one plan yesterday, the president comes out with a plan today. what's the political gamesmanship, i guess, that's going on here, bob? >> well, you have a lot of senators who want to have a hand in this, and so whether it's the judiciary committee chairman, patrick leahy, who's not part of this group, senator marco rubio who might run for president in 2016, there is, i mean, this is a senate development, but we've got a long way to go. it's got to get through the senate, it's going to be a slew of amendments, maybe 100 amendments on the senate floor, and then they've got to merge these bills. and remember, in 2007 president g
weapons. he takes on critics who want to expand background checks. lapierre will say, and i quote, when it comes to the issue of background checks, let's be honest. they'll never be universal because criminals will never submit to them. the nra is calling on members to show their support in a big way. the political arm just sent a mass e-mail calling for all members to show up tomorrow and, quote, pack the hearing room. all this with emotional hearings going on in connecticut. that's where the governor's bipartisan task force on gun violence prevention is going on in hartford. connecticut already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. some of the sandy hook parents argue to make them even stricter. they faced opposition from vocal opponents in the crowd. >> reporter: metal detectors, heavy security and a sign on the door reading, no guns allowed. that's what greeted hundreds attending this connecticut hearing on gun loss. >> try to put yourself in the place i'm in. not a good feeling to look at your child in a casket or with your child with a bullet wound to the forehead. >>
, including his ideas about eliminating nuclear weapons. hagel supports an international movement called global zero that favors eliminating all such weapons. >>> political insiders say it looked more like a campaign event than a presidential speech. president obama pushed for immigration reform before an enthusiastic crowd in las vegas yesterday. his proposal is very similar to one being put forth by a group of bipartisan senators. >> action must follow. we can't allow immigration reform to get bogged down in an endless debate. >>> and obviously, this is -- there's certainly -- the chances are higher now that something is going to happen on this issue compared to years past. the biggest hurdle, though, is that folks who aren't too crazy about this idea are saying in order for these things to happen, let's focus on border security. if all these folks will just flood into the country, it makes no difference what we're doing on the legislative side of things. so border patrol at the same time we're creating this pathway. >> but something is going to be done. at this point, given the number
people their bizarre interpretations of sri lanka with amputations -- in interpretations of share real la -- sharia law with amputations and they destroyed monuments in timbuktu and and more. and their so-called the high against the world, to train fighters how to do that. those are their objectives. as far as what the french are bringing to the fight, i think this intervention, however necessary, the french were not able to bring to bear the forced that perhaps their grandfathers' would have under the same circumstances. the required health from great britain and canada and ultimately the united states for airlift, refueling help from the danes, now the u.s. will help to fuel the airplanes. certainly there's european investment that is telling appeared that will be the real question. having retaken timbuktu and ultimately two other towns, how the french and african countries are even more poorly resourceful. the topography is a little different from the analogy you mentioned, but there will be a garrison surrounded by a vast expanse which is controlled by the enemy. that will be really t
! [ applause ] >> stephanie: let's go to tony in l.a. hi tony. >> caller: hey, stephanie, how are you? >> stephanie: i haven't heard from you in awhile. >> caller: a long time girl. honey, i called. with these gun nuts, when they start talking about the founding fathers, the founding fathers -- what am i supposed to deal with? it's like oh, my god the bottle of wine is we've got to look at the people who pick up the guns because unfortunately there's too many guns, the black market. my thing is, let's face it. let's racially profile all of the people killing these folks. they're young, 20 some-year-old bad boys with bad hair and crazy eyebrows. really? if it was somebody -- >> stephanie: you know what? we should start profiling. you with the crazy hair. >> caller: they are crazy! they got those crazy eyes. anybody see that these people are crazy. so why don't we start profiling them because honestly, stephanie, let's be for real, let latino boys, young black boys have been dying like crazy with automatic weapons for how long? and nobody cared. then they shoot our little babies, they g
with your phone calls and comments. the hashtag is gun control. here is one from matt that says la peer gun control hearing testimony amounts to we must went nies the schools rather than ban tactical weaponry. >> here is to obama focusing on gun control rather than the economy. get back to jobs t real problem. caller: i'm also a veteran and i live in south georgia and there are armed guard in our local schools and they don't have any problem like that. i just want to make a statement of that and the fact that one of the things they mention about the gun shows. the reason some of these individuals go to the gun shows is it's kind of like a flea market or a yard sale. if they want to have a background check by these individuals that are bringing their guns to trade or sale, then the gun show representatives should have a central point where people could go to and be able to do a background check and maybe whoever is bringing a gun to sell, maybe they'll do a background check on that individual. and that individual could have an i.d. or arm band or wristband or something like that. then they c
this is the way to do. >> >> mum betterow sanchez is a staff writer for "roll call." thank you. >> thank you very much. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> president obama will be in las vegas tomorrow to outline his proposed changes to immigration policy. our live coverage this year on c-span just before 3:00 p.m. eastern. >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> the white house is a pulpit and you ought to take advantage of it. >> obesity in this country is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> i think i just have little antennas that stand up and tell me when somebody had their own agenda. >> so much influence in that office. just a shame to waste it. >> i think they serve as a window on the past, to what was going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidant. she's really in a way the only one in the world he can trust. >> many of the women who were first ladies were writers. journalists, they wrote books. >> t
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